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Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Upper East Side Principal and Parents Blast DOE Rezoning Plans

P.S. 290's principal fears that the DOE's rezoning of Upper East Side elementary schools could leave the popular school with too few students, which could then hurt the school's budget.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Penn South Parents Don't Want School Change

Parents who waited months to be in P.S. 11's school zone are furious they may soon have to send their children to P.S. 33 instead.

Midtown & Theater District »

Concerns Grow Over Who Midtown's First Elementary School Will Serve

Community board and community education council members are trying to pressure the city to commit to limiting Midtown's first elementary school to local kids.

Midtown & Theater District »

Furious Board Urges City to Restore Slashed School Seats

Members of Community Board 5 are urging the city to reverse a decision to shrink a soon-to-be-built schoool near Union Square.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Lower East Side School Warned it Could be Closed by DOE

P.S. 137 John L. Bernstein on the Lower East Side is one of 20 elementary and middle schools city-wide identified by the Department of Education as struggling.

Manhattan »

Third of Elementary and Middle Schools Earn 'A's on New Report Cards

Nearly one in three Manhattan public elementary and middle schools earned ‘A’s on new report cards out Friday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

P.S. 64's Marlon Hosang Uses Arts to Help East Village School Shine

Principal Marlon Hosang of P.S. 64 in the East Village talks about his experience as an educator and how he's adapting the school's curriculum, three years into the job.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Yves Rivaud Celebrates Two Years of Gramercy's Ecole Internationale

DNAinfo.com goes straight to the principal's office each week to find out about the challenges and triumphs that come with running Manhattan's schools.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Elementary School Renovates Landmark Building in Gramercy

When French elementary school Ecole International de New York needed additional classrooms, it turned to a nearby dilapidated building with a long history.

Manhattan »

Guggenheim Museum to Feature Young Artists' Work

Students from PS 28 and nine other city schools are included in the "A Year with Children, 2011" show starting Friday.

Manhattan »

Elementary School Suspensions Soar

The NYCLU, which obtained the data after a four-year fight, said the increase in suspensions is "appalling."

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Good Shepherd's Flock Mounts Fight for School

Good Shepherd School alum, parents and parishioners are working on a proposal to keep the school open.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

NYU's New Greenwich Village School Hinges on Expansion

Residents decry NYU's offer to build a new school in the area in exchange for their real estate project's approval.

Manhattan »

Number of NYC Students Held Back Five Times Higher This Year

Eight percent of all eighth graders in New York City public schools failed to advance to the ninth grade, according to a report.

Manhattan »

Downtown Accountant Ranks Manhattan Elementary Schools Based on Fourth Grade Test Results

The Anderson School topped the list of schools compiled by Battery Park City resident Tom Goodkind.

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